This treed lot is located approximately 12 miles N-NW of Pollock Pines and 6 miles W of Georgetown, near Quintette, at an elevation of about 4020 ft.
Georgetown was once a 19th century gold camp, founded in 1849 and boasting a population of 10,000 during the height of the gold rush. A walk along historic Main Street, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Sierra's and you!ll known why the locals call Georgetown, "The Pride of the Mountains." In the winter, Georgetown hosts a tree raising in the center of town by volunteers of the Georgetown Fire Department. The Parade of Lights is sponsored by the Georgetown Divide Rotary and has become the communitys favorite event, ending with a visit by Santa Claus.
El Dorado County, located in east-central California, encompasses 1,805 square miles of rolling hills and mountainous terrain. This landscape invites residents and tourists alike to enjoy recreation activities year-round, including rafting, hiking, camping, fishing, boating,gold panning, golfing, snow sports, horseback riding, and swimming, In its historic gold rush towns, El Dorado's residents and visitors can also enjoy live music, dancing, art, history, fine dining and theater
El Dorado County also has a long tradition of agriculture dating to the gold rush of the 1800's and continues to be proud of our rural atmosphere and agricultural history. Farmers grow a wide variety of fruits, including cherries, berries, peaches, apples, pears, and oranges as well as wine grapes, flowers, Christmas trees and other agricultural products. El Dorado County boasts of over 70 unique wineries encompassed in two appellations within its borders. This may just be California's best-kept wine secret yet!